Associate Professor of Legal Analysis and Writing
- "Crushing Animals and Crashing Funerals: The Semiotics of Free Expression," First Amendment Law Review, Fall 2013 (Forthcoming) (on multiple SSRN top ten download lists).
- "Publish and Perish? Handling the Unreasonable Publication Agreement," 13 Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law, 127-144, 2013; also to be published in Lindey on Entertainment, Publishing & the Arts 2013 (on multiple SSRN top ten download lists).
- ""Original" Means Old, "Original" Means New: An "Original" Look at What "Originalists" Do," 67 National Lawyers Guild Review 135-55, 2010 (On multiple SSRN top ten download lists).
- "A Right but Wrong Place: Righting and Rewriting Citizens United," 56 South Dakota Law Review 219-237, 2011.
- "Let's Skill All the Lawyers: Shakespearean Lessons in Law and Rhetoric," 6 Acta Iuridica Olomucensia 9-64, 2011 (on multiple SSRN top ten download lists).
- "Let's Skill All the Lawyers: Shakespearean Lessons on the Nature of Law," 11 Vera Lex 33-74, 2011; an abbreviated simultaneous publication of the AIO article listed above.
- "Plain Language Statutes: Plain Good Sense or Plain Nonsense?," 78 Law Library Journal 683-96, 1996, cited, among other places, in Peter M. Tiersma, Legal Language (Chicago 1st ed. 1999), and in Peter Butt & Richard Castle, Modern Legal Drafting (Cambridge Univ. 2nd ed. 2006).
- "Communication & Expression: A Brief Semiotic Analysis," in Constitutional Law in Context by Michael Kent Curtis et al. (Volume 2, 3rd ed.).
Legal Works in Progress:
- Philosophy and Shakespeare.